Conducting criminal, civil, disciplinary and regulatory investigations alongside each other.
There have been numerous instances where HR and NHS Local Counter Fraud Specialists have worked successfully hand-in-hand to pursue the full range of sanctions available; long gone are the days when one had to wait for the outcome of a police investigation to inform a disciplinary and/or regulator’s investigation and hearing. Despite this, there is still much confusion and reticence around the processes and options available. This webinar gives you invaluable information and insights into the ways in which parallel sanctions can be successful, allowing you (in cases where the varying levels of evidence are available) to discipline or dismiss members of staff, whilst at the same time facilitating law enforcement proceedings from criminal angles, lawyers to pursue the monies, and regulators to consider sanctions from a professional membership angle.
Sounds too good to be true? Well, it’s not. Sign up now to hear from speakers who are well versed in this environment and can give you the support and expertise you need to pursue anyone who commits fraud against your organisation.
Although the webinar is primarily aimed at NHS HR departments, anyone from HR functions, Finance, Audit or Investigation Teams (irrespective of sector/industry) will benefit from attendance.
Outline agenda of what the session is about / contains
The webinar will cover:
- The types of sanctions available
- The differing levels of burden of proof required for each of the above
- What evidence can be shared (and when) across the different players in the processes
- Case studies
- Tips and hints on what to do, and more importantly, what not to do!
Speakers David Foley, Regional Managing Director & Melanie Alflatt, Director of Anti-Crime Services
15th November 2021
1pm – 2.15pm
To reserve your place please complete the form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org and a MS Teams link will be sent in due course.